careful about and, you know, bill, i guess there's been a real debate on meteorologists whether we are looking right in front of us and saying this has happened now, and because of this, it proves a 1,000-year trend. again, we look at it because it's right in front of us. it certainly looks like radical climate change to us. i remember, though, in 2005, you and i talking, florida had been hit by one hurricane after another after another, and we were talking in 2005, you and i, you know, global warming. we hear there are going to be these hurricanes every year in florida, we haven't had one since. it shifts around. >> my position on this is, can we afford to be wrong? >> no. no, we can't. >> that's the position. yes, the data only goes back 100 years and the planet's been here for "x" number of billions of years, but can we afford to wait in case we are wrong about the manmade global warming? >> andrew ross sorkin is with us, wants to jump in.